Roll a Snowman: A Winter Freebie
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26 Fun Christmas Party Games Everyone Should Try This Year
Wondering how you will entertain your guests over Christmas? We have an excellent selection of fun Christmas Party Games to make things easier for you!
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Grinch Alert II and Reindeer Races
Hello Everyone, I wanted to share a couple of things we did last week to finish up our Grinch Week and a fun subtraction Reindeer Game we played this morning. On Friday, the day started with Fidget With It Friday and Green Play Doh! We practiced spelling our sight words! We got to enjoy that wonderful Dr. Seuss book again by making Grinch Cookies with our third grade book buddies! I drew a sample on the board and the kids did great!! Colored frosting, mini marshmallows, black licorice…
Vintage 1977 Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer Board Game by Cadaco 100 complete
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'Christmastime at Tivoli Gardens, Copenhagen, Denmark' Photographic Print - Keenpress | Art.com
Christmastime at Tivoli Gardens, Copenhagen, Denmark Photographic Print by Keenpress. Find art you love and shop high-quality art prints, photographs, framed artworks and posters at Art.com. 100% satisfaction guaranteed.
McLoughlin Bros. Game of Visit of Santa Claus, copyright 1897, 19 1/2'' x 10 1/2''.
McLoughlin Bros. Game of Visit of Santa Claus, copyright 1897, 19 1/2'' x 10 1/2''. Provenance: The Estate of Katherine K. Gaeth, Ephrata, Pennsylvania.
10 Literary Board Games for Book Nerds
When it’s cold outside, book nerds tend to hibernate with their novels. But what about a bookish activity that’s also social (and indoors)? This week, the Paris Review pointed us toward…